"This game consists of the desk and 162 small balls. There are 9 sockets on each side of the desk and two bowls - ""kazans"" - by one for each player. The ""kazan"" of the player is situated at the competitor's side. The kazan itself doesn't participate in game, it is only required for saving of balls.
The first position of the game is the following: there are 9 balls in each socket, the kazans are empty. The aim of the game is that the player should win from the competitor more than 81 balls. The right to start the game is defined by mutual agreement of by sortition.
The player, who starts the game, takes all balls from any socket, situated on his side, and starting from the same socket puts by one ball to each socket anticlockwise. It is not allowed to jump over sockets or to put by two or more balls in one socket. After the ninth socket from the first player's side follows the first socket of the competitor, etc. If the last ball falls into one of the competitor's socket, and the number of balls in this socket would be even, so the move is considered resulting and the player take all balls from this socket to his kazan. But if the last ball falls into one of his own sockets, irrespectively of number of balls, they wouldn't be taken by anybody. If the move starts from the socket, where there is only one ball, so the ball is moving to the next socket, accordingly the previous socket becomes empty.
The players are coming one after one.
There is also the rule of ""Tuz"". If the last ball falls into the competitor's socket, where he has already two balls, so these three balls are moving to the player's kazan and he announces this pocket as ""Tuz"". Thus, the player wins the whole socket and all those balls that are falling to ""Tuz""-socket are moving to his kazan.
Each player during the game can announce the "" Tuz"" socket only once. It is not allowed to change or to take another one ""Tuz"". According to the rules of the game the ninth sockets couldn't become ""Tuz""."